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Merida
Land of Wonders
 

Cultural and Entertainment Activities

ACTIVITY DAY/TIME PLACE DESCRIPTION
Vaquería
(Barn dance)
Every Monday at 21:00 Palacio Municipal, ground
floor
Popular fiesta, folkloric dance
demonstration
Remembranzas Musicales
(A musical journey down
memory lane)
Every Tuesday at 20:30 Parque de Santiago Music and dancing to the rhythm
of big bands of the 1940’s
Recordar es Vivir
(Remembering is Living)
Every Thursday at 16:00 Parque Zoológico
del Centenario
A moment for bringing old
melodies back to life
Serenata Yucateca
(Yucatecan Serenade)
Every Thursday at 21:00 Parque de Santa
Lucía
Folkloric showcase of Yucatecan
trova, poetry and feelings
En el corazón de Mérida (In
the Heart of Mérida)
From Thursday through Sunday
From 21:00 to 02:00
Calle 60 and Calle 62
are closed off to vehicles,
Downtown
Fun outside for the whole family
to enjoy
Noche Mexicana (MexicanNight) Every Saturday at 20:00 Remate de Paseo de
Montejo (Beginning of
Paseo de Montejo)
Showcase of vernacular music;
crafts and mexican food
Biciruta (Bike Route) Every Sunday from 08:00
to 12:30
Paseo de Montejo, Centro
Histórico, Barrio de San
Juan and Ermita de Santa
Isabel
Join us in this sports activity that is
recreational, cultural and touristic
Mérida en Domingo (Mérida
on Sundays)
Every Sunday from 09:00 to
21:00
Centro Histórico Cultural, artistic, recreational and
fun activities for people of all
ages and tastes

Night Life in Merida

Mérida is entertainment: outdoor coffee shops, bars, restaurants and discotheques where different rhythms play… Fun lovers, dance the night away! People gather together mainly in three areas that offer several choices for all kinds of visitors:  Downtown (Centro Histórico), Paseo de Montejo and Prolongación Paseo de Montejo.  If you like eating, Mérida has a great number of restaurants that serve different types of food. They range from typical Yucatecan to International and fusion cuisine. Some that are worth visiting are: Los Almendros, El Fogoncito, La Tratto, El Argentino, Buenos Aires City, Buda Wok, La Víbora de la Mar, La Habichuela and Pigua.among the most popular restaurant-bars are: Eladio’s, Pancho’s, Amaro, Cubaro, Slavia, Trotter’s, Acitrón, La Recova, Más de 30, Néctar, La Chopería and Time Lounge Bar, to name a few.
The people of this calm city know how to get down. Discotheques are fun and lively. Some of the most popular are Noosfera, El Cielo, Tequila, Amarantus and Mambo Café. Those who want to relax and enjoy a good cup of coffee (not to mention a delicious dessert) should visit El Gran Café, La Reina de Montejo, Sorbetería Colón, La Flor de Santiago, Mi Viejo Molino, Café Chocolate and Fiore Bistro.